A taxi driver has died in Buea, South West region resulting from a local explosive that was dropped in his car.
Feugang Baudelaire, according to reports was stopped by a gunman pretending to be a passenger.
Few meters from where Baudelaire dropped the ‘passenger’, an IED exploded in his taxi.
He later died in a nearby hospital where he was rushed for urgent treatment.
On Monday last week, another taxi driver narrowly escaped death from an IED that was placed in his taxi.
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